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technology, that is the match that they are betting on. with hedgeg to start funds and the case against steve collins sac capital -- steve cohen's sac capital. claimsthe defendants that calling himself can help his defense. what is the latest? >> these a lot -- these findings came out late on friday, facing trial in january, we know that he will not testify in this case and that he intends to assert his constitutional rights, but that he did produce a 40 pages of the main deposition with the sec in which he stated he made trades in shares of wyatt since acquired by pfizer based on advice from a friend and fellow hedge fund manager. they say that this bolsters the defense and he says he wants to prove that he had nothing to do with the decision to liquidate those holdings and short sale stocks in 2008, he faces 20 years of convicted. >> so, what is in the 40 pages? >> he told as a see back in may that his trades were based on advice from a friend. wives areinner, the friendly, "he considers wayne one of the great health care paystors and said he would him $20 million per year is a consultant.
technology companies today calling abound in turn upon president obama to implement sweeping reforms to stop surveillance. the coalition saying that there is an urgent need to change spying practices because according to microsoft, people will not use technology that they don't trust. and there is some irony in that statement as we look at all of the cyberattacks on technology around the country. and new reports about just how extensive the national security agency really is. they have spent years spying on online gamers, including those playing on world of workout. in obamacare architect ezekiel emanuel says people haven't signed up for coverage because the obama administration has not sufficiently promoted it. my next guest says he couldn't write a greater piece of fiction in the obamacare narrative. we are joined now by best-selling author in his latest book. i was going to make a remark about a number of things. i will constrain myself. ezekiel emanuel, saying if you really want to keep your doctor, the obama deal is just to pay up. >> so what is he telling us? in obamacare works if you'
if there is an accident to review what happened. i know there's a technology called positive train and control or ptc designed to automatically stop or slow a train before certain accidents occur to prevent train to train collisions or derailments. do we know if this train had that technology? >> we know that this train did not have that technology. now, let's talk a little bit about the technology. it's a communications and signaling system that the ntsb says is capable of preventing accidents caused by human error. specifically excessive speed. also, failure to obey signals. now the technology, what it does is uses wi-fi and gps signals along with sensors along the railroad track to essentially track the train's location and speed restrictions. if the train is going too fast, well, on board equipment automatically either stops or slows down the train. again, this train did not have that technology. however, congress has set a december, 2015 deadline for all passenger trains and freight trains carrying hazardous materials to have this technology, wolf. >> rene will have a lot more on this story comi
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with technology. get the flexcare platinum. new from philips sonicare. dennis: the jobs market seems to be going in the right direction of that will it allow jobless benefits anyway? we have christopherodd and jaundice and do you feel based on today's numbers it was a key jobs report that first of all, to start with men of wage? raised the minimum wage? >> no reason why people who work full time should not be able to afford to live. read a living wage where peop could feel proud of what they do of what ever it is said the jobs created our service level jobs. a lot of people who have been through world war i of the unionized workers are of manufacturing paint is working in the service sector. then now these people go to work but now the government has to subsidize. stay back here is the thing. at with a wife and three children be i should not expect to work at mcdonald's and of making enough money to support the bill finally earned minimum-wage maybe i should not have had those three children. if that helps the of for the wide we just say everybody has to release 0 an hour now we solve poverty? w
to smartphones or the oil and gas markets domestically because of new technologies that allow them to get oil and gas out of stone. these were all secular changes that occurred during the last three years unimpeded by any form of washington intervention, washington, congress or the fed. most of the time people had to pay up toy bah these winning stocks, but every once in a while, what you get in on better prices and unfortunately, the market sales, similar to what you might have seen on black friday are much more like the sales we used to get at the old filene's basement in boston, filene's as we call it. these days many of you may not know much about filene's, but when i was a kid you could go to the basement and they would come in from the upstairs and get marked down from the full prices and those were the days when stores did carry things at full price. the first price cut was almost never the last. if merchandise didn't sell on day one the price was cut again on day two. that's right. you got another cut and then again on day three until it finally found -- >> buy, buy, buy! >> buys are.
. stick with technology. get the new flexcare platinum from philips sonicare and save now. philips sonicare. yep. got all the cozies. [ grandma ] with new fedex one rate, i could fill a box and ship it for one flat rate. so i knit until it was full. you'd be crazy not to. is that nana? [ male announcer ] fedex one rate. simple, flat rate shipping with the reliability of fedex. >>> welcome back to "squawk on the street." we have two months of new home sales, september 354,000, october 444,000 and that definitely bests the expectation of 430. if we look at the ism, nonmanufacturing for november, a bit of a miss here at 53.9. we were looking for a 55 number. and just to give you some context, in august at 58.6, that was the best number since '05. so like much of the data today, especially the jobs report, most of the data airing on the strong side. for some real granular detail on new home sales, we go to our expert diana olick. >> these are some really good numbers. you have to look at september versus october, a big drop in september, a big jump in october, up 25% from september mon
international business customers on spying. the technology giant says it has never turned over any data like this under the foreign intelligence service act and cannot believe the authorities are entitled to the information if it is stored abroad. they're going to be encryptel a lot more information. there's the story about how authorities were getting around it by tapping into the weak links. i know google and yahoo! have recently moved up to encrypt that data. >> i read this and microsoft, i think they need to come down on the side of their xhrs versus the government, but i wonder how really serious they are. >> the government has put th in. >> but i think everything here is things you have to say to be politically correct. i don't even know if the customers over there are seriously squawking that much or whether they would actually -- like when cisco seemed to indicate that it had been part of their weak forecast, when an analyst actually asked on a call, was it material? no, no, it's not material. if it's not material, you're sort of still spinning. until it actually becomes something yo
, a five-week technology surge has doubled the website capacity and equipment can handle 30,000 consumers at the same time. and with some good reason. this is the page that came up when our colleague peter ducey logon. a page of gibberish filled with question marks. and it's not just frustrated consumers but insurers say that they are still dealing with an obamacare mass because functions have not even been built yet. and that means the administration's goal of enrolling 7 million people by the end of march, well, that could be the latest in what has turned out to be a string of second term failures for this president. chief white house correspondent ed henry has more on what is actually different about health reporter: president obama's aides struggled to explain whether they really met the deadline to fix health care.gob after there has been so much weight time, which the white house insists is progress. >> i think you're confusing error messages with queuing messages. >> the site has been performing well and there is not a reason to deploy the queuing system at this point dep
with technology. get the flexcare platinum. new from philips sonicare. ♪ lou: investigators now say the engineer who drove that new york city passenger train that derailed over the weekend may ha from the entire year. about three times what it has been back in 2008 and what was special about september? federal agencies often try to spend what is left in their budget before the fiscal year is up, which is at the end of september. well, researchers and a wife discovered a huge japanese submarine that the united states sought back in 1946 to keep its advanced technology at the hands of the soviet union. the world war ii era sub could travel one-and-a-half times around the world without refueling. imagine. well, a new book takes a fascinating look into the role of stalin in the cold war, his manipulation of the western allies in order to spread communism and extend his red empire. joining us now, florida state history professor rollup -- robert daly, the author of this book, stalin's curse, battling for communism and war in cold war, and it is now available in paperback. professor, is great to have
. stick with technology. get the flexcare platinum. new from philips sonicare. yep. got all the cozies. [ grandma ] with n fedex one rate, i could ll a box and ship it r one flat rate. so i kn untilt was full. you'd be crazy not to. is tnana? [ male announcer ] fedex one rate. simple, flat rate shipping with the reliability of fedex. neil: first the tax hikes and now the spending streets. raises and hiking spending across the board. the state is now running a surplus according to reports. fox news radio host with us now. >> yes, i spent 30 years in sacramento. i am telling you, that is fiction, the fact that they have this surplus. not only in thestate of california, but illinois, his huge pension obligations and they pretend that those don't exist. and they are off the books. because of your add-in that is, we are talking that we cannot afford could have a $45 billion surplus this year. by the time summer comes around and that will grow until 2020 every single year. and they raise taxes by about $6 billion and it ties in perfectly and the problem is they have an obligation for their p
performance this year. it's coming off the low base. this is also a legacy technology anymore we're constructive on. >> that stock is rising. that doesn't concern you even though it's sitting 27.86? >> it started with the confusion over employment and harassment situation that turned out not to be the case. you've had two ceo changes. you're looking at appealing fundamentals at low price points. >> also looking at retailers now. obviously in the middle of the holiday shopping season, this is a time for focus on this. is there some winners and losers in this area? >> absolutely. there's conflict in terms of whether or not you've had strong holiday sales starting off or if they've been weaker? if you look at high end consumer, look at tiffanys, macy's or kors. the economy is improving a little bit. on the opposite end, wal-mart is promotional. i think that's a negative imp pact on companies like target. wal-mart announced strong beginnings to holiday sales season. i think that with dollar stores, companies like target, that don't have a strong brand and luxury into the market are g
at the forefront of technological innovation? microsoft researchers are trying to buck that trend. it is designed to protect and one women against emotional overeating by using sensors that detect stress. if it works, though, then it will possibly do the trick. >> you have to hand it to folks for getting entrepreneurial. but you're not supposed to take a look at some of the gimmicks that they are coming out with. but i really think that this might be going a little bit too far. you have to ask yourself why women they call this a stress monitor or something like that. this isn't sexist. we tried to make men's underwear, but the problem is for these poor nerds is that the underwear was too far from the men's hearts, supposedly. so they nixed that idea be one you are being a little bit crude. so what if is this thing really does prevent me from overheating and microsoft they might've just stumbled on this. >> we know that obama was very interested in this and he can have the served up from the tsa, who is probably out there thinking about this concept and twirling their tape measures. neil: you coul
with innovation. stick with power. stick with technology. get the flexcare platinum. new from philips sonice. >> climate change isausing see levels to rise in it will happen in our lifetime. of lusby demand our readers invest in green technology and green jobs now. now. john: right now because the levels will rise in our lifetime. how do they know? many are clueless. leonardo to capriotes told a reporter he was to take a break from acting to fly around the world to being good for the environment. around the world? we just heard about harrison ford seven airplanes don't they get that puts more carbon than 1,000 light bulbs? it is if they live in a separate stupid world called hollywood nation. that is the title of james hirsen bought. what is going? >> hollyod has embraced environmentalism as a religion they have a high priest the nobel laureate laureate, of the oscar winner of court you have to accept what he says with a knife faith and without logic. >> but some blindness to the fact you mention al gore i was surprised to see build the monster homes while preaching? >> the hypocrisy is monu
rate. stick with innovation. stick with power. stick with technology. get the new flexcare platinum from philips sonicare and save now. philips sonicare. >>> let's get "six in 60" with jim. start with holly frontier. >> the incredible glut in the united states oil because of production has made it so refiners make a lot of money. >> jpm, goldman. capital plans. >> this means jpmorgan can return money. stock goes higher. >> you say acena delivered. >> continental research. >> if you believe there is a glut, buy it, otherwise stay away. >> chipotle, a little nose bleed. >> and when celgene makes a deal with you, your stock flies. >> what's tonight? you said charter. >> this is one of the most controversial companies. if you're going to liquify natural gas, you need their tanks, you need their infrastructure. but they're a huge player in china and they lowered the boom last time they were on. this has been we call them investor business daily stock, one of those momentum plays. i liked it from the 20s and 30s. it got really overheated, they slashed their guidance, the stock got hammere
into the fold of real growth technology. let him say as chairman. just like ibm and at&t, the endless buyback at high prices are doing nothing for cisco. the worst five performers are a motley crew of only exxonmobil is worth buying. but with new management that could change. unfortunately, i don't see any of those changes any time soon. can i go to clint in georgia, please? clint? >> caller: jim, i'm from atlanta, georgia. >> man, i watch a lot of sec football this week, and you have got it going down there. >> caller: it was exciting, wasn't it? >> it was a miraculous weekend. >> caller: my stock is rite aid and since the stock is up as already it is this year, where do you see it going from here, and do you think there is a possible buyout coming up? >> i don't think there is a buyout. i think you're doing this on earnings. i think rite aid has made a fantastic comeback with fantastic merchandising. it periodically gets ahead of itself. it jumped up to 6. it can pull back to 5.5. it remains one of my strongest buys. i like that whole industry, believe it or not. you can buy walgreens, cvs
, information technology outfits are increasingly going a la carte, something we saw with dream force, a celebration of everything that ibm is not. accused ibm as being irrelevant and not offering companies anything close to a bargain. heavy hardware, big iron, no thank you. meantime, ibm spends much of its free cash flow buying back stock. it's a giant cyclical company without any real growth at all. i have to tell you if warren buffett weren't in this stock, it would probably be dramatically lower. ibm's revenues have basically been flat for four years. and all that has really happened in that time is the company has shrunk its share account from $1.28 billion to $.89 billion. i see little reason to own this stock without an acquisition. and the more it goes into the cloud, the worse it can be for the whole company's margin. as for the other outright loser, caterpillar, it's all about management. boy, their equipment is the best in the world. the $7.6 billion equation of bucyrus, and then the purchase of the chinese mining company era for $650 million where cat almost immediately ha
investment right now? >> absolutely. i think with the emerging broader trend of horrible technology the messman we really like is cirrus logic, a semiconductor provider to apple and makes components for the idea that goes into the ipad. and we're trying to expand into the chinese market. it is a market that has 57 times the largest carrier in the united states. so this is going to provide an d'agata opportunity to give new components into the market. we think that anything beneficial that happens with apple will benefit. melissa: how much have you made as far? could you add to the position? >> we actually just made the investment a couple of weeks ago. it is trading pretty cheap right now. they got beat up a little bit because apple was talking about discontinuing using one of their components, but that has been resolved. we think killing 41 of a good opportunity. melissa: what is your favorite investment, gregory? >> right now i really like silver spring's network. basically it plays up the scene of the smart energies market. so if you think about managing in tickets to cut energy
if they embrace new technology instead? imagine a company's future with the future of trading. company profile. a research tool on thinkorswim. from td ameritrade. where does the united states get most of its energy? is it africa? the middle east? canada? or the u.s.? the answer is... the u.s. ♪ most of america's energy comes from right here at home. take the energy quiz. energy lives here. yep. got all the cozies. [ grandma ] with new fedex one rate, i could fill a box and ship it for one flat rate. so i knit until it was full. you'd be crazy not to. is that nana? [ male announcer ] fedex one rate. simple, flat rate shipping with the reliability of fedex. >>> last year, right after hurricane sandy leveled large swaths of new york and new jersey, i thought i'd get clever. i saw generac was roaring in the wake of a storm that had knocked out power for millions of people. and then i noticed how briggs and straten the maker of portable generators had done next to nothing and i told you to buy that one in the case of a catch-up play. generac's up 55% year-to-date, briggs and straten down 4%. i g
of these companies. it is an amazing moment right here where we have american companies using the best technology to keep the government at bay because they do not trust their own government. microsoft is trying to close that doors because they do not trust the government to do it for them. >> the tech companies trying to keep that information private. who do you think lindsay? -- when -- wins? >> we know they have not been because we know these backdoors have not worked in these cases. it does not look like the government is willing to back down. we know they have spent tens of the veins of dollars, a couple billion, just holding a big data center in utah, where we are building one that has its own water supply and the ability to store these information to all , that thatnies expenditure will continue, even if they are behind in this race. they might not have the best and the brightest. >> allen, who wins this? >> i think there is broad consensus ,n a number of -- reforms including additional oversight and transparency efforts. i do not think it is an all or nothing in area. there is a lot of mo
're always interested in new technology. while we can't speculate, we can say that making every customer experience outstanding is our priority and anything we do from a technology standpoint will be with that in mind. our people have been instrumental in the success of our company over the past 40 years and will continue to be what makes fed-ex special. >> anti-drones. drones against drones. what do you think? >> drone wars. >> drone wars. >> yes. and the nsa will control them all. >> nsa knows everything. >> put in the bid and making you to first survives? like "the hunger games" of drones. nice. >> i like that. district what? >> screenplay. >> what district would that be? district 13? >> district 13. >> when we come back this morning, the retail sector outperforming the broader s&p for the month of november. is that going to continue? on this cyber monday, we will be joined by the co-ceo of warby parker. hi honey, did you get the toaster cozy? yep. got all the cozies. [ grandma ] with new fedex one rate, i could fill a box and ship it for one flat rate. so i knit until it was full. yo
and a 30-tablet free trial. stick with innovation. stick with power. stick with technology. get the flexcare platinum. new from philips sonicare. neil: well antithat a kick in the fannie, not only do fridy freddie mac and fannie mae avoid getting puppished for it they get rewarded for it. bank of america, is paying just freddy now, north of 400 million bucks to settle a mortgage lawsuit for misleading investors, that all but coined term, charlie gasparino said, stupidity did you not way? don't bet on it, amaze going it is. >> -- amazing. >> it is. it will keep ongoing on. you get bailed out, you wipe off debts on the book, some hedge fund managers are buying stakes in fannie and freddie. neil: i would too. >> who knows if they are ever going to get paid or profit. neil: what happens with this money that goes back and forth with finds? >> i think that federal government will keep it tragedy is that right now, the federal government is on a pr campaign saying that the banks caused financial crisis, no one but the banks and their greed, what they are missing, and trying to fool the
. >> ms. klish, it's dr. byock. >> marcia klish is either being saved by medical technology or being prevented from dying a natural death. >> we're just here checking on you. >> she's been unconscious in the intensive care unit at dartmouth hitchcock medical center in lebanon, new hampshire, for the better part of a week. one of her doctors, ira byock, told us it costs up to $10,000 a day to maintain someone in the icu. >> this is the way so many americans die. something like 18% to 20% of americans spend their last days in an icu. and, you know, it's extremely expensive. it's uncomfortable. many times they have to be sedated so that they don't reflexively pull out a tube, or sometimes their hands are restrained. this is not the way most people would want to spend their last days of life. and yet this has become almost the medical last rites for, you know, people as they die. okay, let's go see her. >> dr. byock leads a team that treats and counsels patients with advanced illnesses. >> hello, there. >> he says modern medicine has become so good at keeping the terminally ill alive by
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, the ntsb has recommended the implementation of ptc technology. broadly speaking, we know that human error can't be eradicated and that ptc is capable of supplementing the human operation. these systems provide a safety redundancy by slowing or stopping a train that's not being operated in accordance with signals, speed limits or other operating rules. ptc is proven technology that can prevent train-to-train collisions, overspeed derailments, and incursions into work zones. since this is a derailment involving a high-speed train, it's possible ptc could have prevented it. while this is our last on-scene media briefing, our work on this investigation is far from complete. investigators will continue interviewing the crew and employees of metro north and will interview passengers on the train and additional first responders as necessary. they will also complete some testing of the signal system and documentation and inspection of the rail cars and the locomotives. i'd like to express my sincere appreciation to all the responders and officials from state and local new york government. at ever
right now. think of what's happening with gtls, the company with the best technology for transforming natural gas into something similar to gasoline. as ceo sam thomas told us the other night, all the better to build the hard to construct big boxes that encompass the transfer technology and put them on boats to take them overseas. the company can't get enough workers to make these boxes. i know welding requires a particular skill set that may not be available in louisiana right now. it will take time, they will get there eventually. chart's also making a device to build out natural gas stations. and more important shell. yeah, shell's building them now. these stations cost between $1 million and $1.5 million. and these companies are building perhaps as many as 400 stations, and the cost is going down. once that buildout gets rolling, they'll get a reverberation as far as indiana, where cummins is located, because cummins is making truck engines that are perfect for long haul truckers. they've been waiting for these engines. don't forget about the pipe and train tracks that need to be
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like this that are realizing that. >> when the white house talks about better technology or repairing their website, they been health and they don't mean those that are not able to enroll one single applicant. but that is not a direct reflection wears no one has been able to access that insurance on their own. neil: you know this stuff far better than i do. what does your gut tell you on that. >> and it will give us time. i'm looking at the numbers and then a year from now, all of the companies have to get online or get those out of line. and i don't see it getting better. but am i missing something? >> unfortunately this lot like some other major reforms has fallen prey to political football. and i believe it has to do with americans and what they are saying in this includes a health insurance system that will improve and that is one thing. two to one, americans say that they are experience have been worse with a affordable care act. neil: i think that people have gotten so used to this being a disaster that a day and a week in the month, they feel it is okay. thing doctor,
, really big... then expanded? ♪ or their new product tanked? ♪ or not? what if they embrace new technology instead? imagine a company's future with the future of trading. company profile. a research tool on thinkorswim. from td ameritrade. >>> the trial for the newly wed bride tried for pushing her husband to his death beginning tomorrow. she is charged with pushing her husband off a cliff in july. graham is charged with murder. jury selection begins tomorrow. wendy murphy is also a law professor in boston. graham says the couple got into an argument while off the park. he went over a cliff. so the defense says it as self defense. what should they decide >> and finally she said i pushed him with both hands from behind. that is an easy case. the tough part from the prosecution here is shoe she looked like. she looked like the girl next door. they are going to be hard pressed to say that a seemingly nice woman could be so evil. >> look, the so called confession did not exactly carry the day with the judge in this days. the judge let her out on bond. there have been reporting that it was
level, of stock market, and technology stocks in specific, bull market needs to fed by great news, we need good news. for the market too continue. neil: we shall see, we'll know tomorrow on-line salessing get in particular scrutiny, remember with on-line sale stuff, too, that a lots of do not take scwoark count whaintoaccount wht higher end stores like exact the package in exactly the right place. melissa: it's a bird, a plane, it's the cat food you ordered from amazon. amazon is planning to use drones to make deliveries, flying robots used to sound far fetched but not anymore. what does it mean for life and your money? because even when they say it's not, it's always about "money." ♪ ♪ melissa: in the skies and across the airwaves, drones are on everyone's radar today from amazon's flying deliveries to the latest plot twists on homeland to video of the violent protests inhailand. if you've been watching tv in the past 24 hours, you know that
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with technology. get the flexcare platinum. new from philips sonicare. ♪ >> the challenge, i think, that we have going forward is not so much my personal management style or a particular issues around white house organization. it actually has to do with what i referred to earlier, which is, we have these big agencies, some of which are outdated, some of which are not designed properly. lou: our progressive president advocating smaller government apparently. joining me now, the "a-team," news director for the two-party news network, opinion page editor, "wall street journal", james toronto, executive editor at the weekly standard, fox news contributor. good to see you all. let me start with you. did that sound like a tea party at of some sort? >> the next one for the 2013 elections. thank you. last time i checked the is the commander in chief. and of the executive branch. that is called a leader. that is exactly what he was elected to do, to be the leader. style. once again he is passing the buck. the blame starts with them. >> here is something else that the president said in the same interview,
a huge japanese submarine that the united states sunk back in 1946 to keep its advanced technology out of the hands of the soviet union. the world war ii era sub could travel one and a half times around the world without refuelling. imagine. a new book takes a fascinating look into stalin's role in the cold war, his manipulation of the western allies in order to spread communism and extend hi red empire. joining now, florida state history professor robert gellately, the author of this book "stalin's curse: battling for communism in war and cold war." it's now available in paperback. professor, it is great to have you here. this is a fascinating book. we recommend it highly to our viewers. the idea that somehow it was the west's fault, particularly the united states' fault in causing the cold war, you reject, repud eight and refute. how is it that it's even necessary after all of this time? >> well, part of the reason was that the documentation was not there and you couldn't really back up your opinion. but another reason was i think that people found it very convenient to blame stalin
, consumer staples would be expensive -- or inexpensive, utilities would be inexpensive, but technology, for example, is 40% under its 15-year average for valuation. so an area where you thought should be expensive like apple at 12 times earnings, microsoft at 13 times earnings, those are some of the cheapest companies in the market right now. liz: so is that how you do your strategy? you look for the undervalued sectors and then go digging there? >> yeah. we look for high quality companies, and we define that by terrific balance sheets, and and then -- liz: let me let you not gloss over that. when you look at say, for example, or yahoo! finance, there are about 30 different metrics on there, everything from debt, everything from price to earnings ratio, how much of the note is shorted, what do you mean balance sheet, cash? >> we look for cash, we look for an unlevered balance sheet from a debt perspective and reoccurring revenue on that line as well. so a business that can stand the test of time, that can put up with the recession, that can get through 2008. liz: i look
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it to a new level. we added performance technology to the bikes, so finally we can measure how hard you're supposed to be working and results are amazing. weight loss stories incredible. >> how hard should you be working? there is a guy in england who is a big tv producer who recently had a stroke on a rowing machine because he was pushing himself so hard because he read about as i have, the value of high intensity workouts. >> right. >> there is a guy at 50 who ended up nearly killing himself because there is a risk. you have to be careful. high intensity, if you're 48 like me i don't want to die doing it. [ laughter ] >> right. >> other people may want me to, but i don't want to. >> it's a concern. we're well aware of our customers. we know our customers. we have stadium seating so the instructor can see every >> insanity sums up the whole workout. because for most people i hate working out. i just hate the whole damn thing. apart from when i've had a shower afterwards that moment when you feel pretty good again. everything else is just complete torture. but you guys you love it becau
is some of the best pressure washer technology out there. it'll be under the briggs & stratton name. >> will salespeople be efficient enough to be able to explain the difference between the two? >> yeah, i think so. maybe it's a lot less about the people on the floor, but it's all about digital marketing and being on the web. when you look at where we're headed with a lot of this, it's the website, it's getting videos out on the website, videos out on youtube. and really, shoppers today, they do an awful lot of research on the web. we want to show it to them as they go out and do their research. >> wait a second. in other words, briggs & stratton's using facebook? twitter? or is it i go to your website or amazon? how does it work? >> well, now, when you look at it, we are using the things you talked about. we're using facebook, we used twitter, youtube, we have our own website. and so, yeah, it's all of the above. and we've spent more money the last few years with regards to websites and digital marketing and so we think that's going to pay off for us come springtime. >> and finally
? >> this year is interesting. a lot of things. technology releases' the money game, so release in november, so it is really where consumers going to put their money. so presumably if this been done again council which at the end of the days was 600, they know how lot less for apparel. cheryl: even somebody like a best buy, half of the northeast is covered in snow, they can actually be a one this holiday season as well. that is an interesting point. glass box. do you think that at the end of the day we're going to see a better selling season and we did last year? this is the first time for me in recent memory and we really don't know what the consumer is going to do. >> yeah, you know, we think that the seasonal items are going to be up anywhere from 2230 percent over last year. that does not mean there will be an overall grade selling season because you have a lot of other, more expensive items that right now are not selling as well. but at least to the seasonal items, which is really a cash cow for these retailers, and is almost like a big tobacco crop. they will have a very strong season. ch
growing questions about whether airline pilots are relying too much on cockpit technology. >>> also, spies busted, current and former russian diplomats just brought down by prosecutors for fraud, now suspected of espiona espionage. what brought them to the attention of federal agents? >>> and a vip flight, air force one departing for nelson mandela's memorial service with an impressive passenger list including two presidents and three first ladies. what's going on behind the scene? i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." >>> it was a horrifying and deadly disaster, all caught on camera. tomorrow, the national transportation safety board will begin a two-day hearing on the july crash of this asiana jumbo jet at the san francisco airport. the "wall street journal" is reporting that investigators say the crash was
technologies and jobs... and strengthen the economy. america is the world's leader in wireless. let's keep it that way. free up licensed spectrum today, so wireless... can do more for america tomorrow. >>> checking our top stories at 48 minutes past the hour, an ice storm, millions of people could lose power, driving conditions could get very dangerous. as a result of the giant arctic storm causing temperatures to plummet out west and durping several feet of snow across the rockies and midwest. >>> new details about the reach of the nsa spying program ap. according to documents leaked by former nsa contractor edward snowden the agency gathers nearly 5 billion phone records every day that show the whereabouts of cell phones around the world. the nsa can track movements of individuals and keep track of anyone they call. >>> a mystery man leaving huge tips at restaurants across the country has struck again and it's a good thing. this time in washington state, when the bartender read the receipt and saw the $5,000 tip, he double checked with the tipper to make sure it was not a mistake. the ma
the opportunities that are present with these new -- with these new technologies and new opportunities. >> and what is that? what are the things you value most, things you're afraid we might lose. >> well, if you think about higher education in the context, there are three interlocking and mutually reenforcing elements that have characterized our tradition. first, we're fundamentally responsible for the formation of young people. second, we provide a context for the inquiry, the scholarship, the research of our faculty. and then third, wherever we're located, we're responsible in some way for the common good of our community. that could range from job preparation to regional economic development. and if you look across the sectors of higher education, every one of those sectors, whether it be in the community college, the big publics, or the privates, those three pieces are always present and they're reinforcing. we want to hold that together while recognizing the need to adapt and adopt in this present. >> one of the reasons we're looking at this as a crisis point is because how rapidly college tu
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